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17:41
17:41

Police Foil Kawempe Mayor's Rally 3

Police and the Army deployed heavily and surrounded the areas that access the playground. Sserunjogi was also blocked from accessing the venue.
16:31
16:31

Five Arrested in Wamala Region over Six Seperate Killings 2 1

The Wamala Regional Police Spokesperson, Rachel Kawala said that detectives have visited the different scenes where the crimes were committed, collected exhibits and statements from witnesses.
16:14
16:14

Security Guard Linked to Kabowa Septic Tank Murders Arrested 2 1

Duku was a security guard at the residence of city businessman Charles Tumwine in Simbwa zone of Kabowa-Ndeba, in Rubaga Division where two bodies were recovered from a septic tank on January 29th, 2022 and February 3rd 2022.
16:01
16:01

Mao Launches Land Rights Campaign in Acholi Sub Region Apaa Township 1 4

The campaign seeks to defend the vulnerable, document land, offer legal and advisory services to the vulnerable people in the Acholi Sub-region as well as reclaim lands that have been fraudulently acquired from their owners by the government, investors, and people with selfish interests.
15:44
15:44

Nakaayi Back on Top with 800M World Lead in Val De Reuil 1

The middle distances sensation yesterday ran a world seasonal lead of 1:59.55 to beat all her competitors and win the women’s 800m, at the Meeting de l’Eure – a World Athletics Indoor Tour event – in Val-de-Reuil, France, on Monday 14, 2022.
15:13
15:13

Boda Boda Riders Reject Plans to Decongest Stages 4 1

Last week, the State Minister for Kampala and Metropolitan Affairs Kabuye Kyofatogabye emphasized that there shall be only 32 stages in the Central Business District of Kampala with at most 50 riders per stage.
15:04
15:04

KCCA Sends Capitation Grant But it Fails to Reach Some Schools 3

The academic year 2022 began on January 10, but the schools in Kampala under the Universal Primary Education –UPE schools have not yet received the funds. All schools benefiting from the capitation grant are expected to use the funds on purchasing scholastic materials (taking 35%), administration (10%), emergency expenditure (20%), co-curricular activities, and school management (15%).
14:24
14:24

Uganda Receives 1,000 Oxygen Cylinders to Boost Supply WHO 1 1

During the second wave of COVID-19, which was driven by a more contagious and virulent Delta Variant, the country experienced a shortage of oxygen that led to the loss of several critical patients.
14:00
14:00

UPDF Soldier Jailed 70 Years for Murdering Fort Portal Woman 2 2

According to evidence adduced in court, the accused person was found in possession of the deceased's phone in which he had placed his personal sim cards just 2 days after she was murdered.
13:13
13:13

Kitgum Chairperson Challenges New CAO on Revenue Sources 3

During the handover of the ceremony, Arwai cited that projects such as the multibillion Okuti International border market in Okuti Parish, Orom sub county, which has failed to bring revenue to the district, years after it was launched.
12:58
12:58

Poor Status of Olony Bridge Worries Residents 1 4

Jimmy Okech, a resident of Okure village in Kulakula Parish Ngai Sub-county, says that the road is so bad that when it rains, the locals struggle to cross the bridge to Anyeke HCIV.
12:37
12:37

Kumi Bishop Elect Promises to Unite Warring Christians kumi diocese 1 1

Rev. Okwii says that he will try his best to bring the people of Kumi diocese together and promote peaceful co-existence amongst Christians. "I am not going to join any camp existing in Kumi and I will not promote hostilities in the diocese. For me I do not belong to any camp in Kumi my approach is dialogue and resolving issues amicably," Okwi said.
12:08
12:08

64 Pilgrims Start Last Leg to St. Janani Luwum's Memorial 4 1

Ayaa explains that the Covid-19 pandemic which led to the closure of churches left the diocese and the church with its parishes without money to fully prepare for the event.
11:53
11:53

Joint UPDF, Congolese Forces Kill Four ADF Rebels in Night Raid 1 2

According to security sources, the joint forces raided Kayenjye and Bundihangaro village, which is 6Kms North of Nobili and 5Kms East of Kamango Town. Sources say the operation came hours after the ADF raided the residents of Kayenjye where they killed a Boda boda rider, torched two houses and looted livestock.
11:52
11:52

Agago Cultural Chiefdom Summons LCIII Chairperson Over Environmental Degradation 2 3

It is alleged that Okwir has been frustrating the fight against environmental degradation by conniving with the illegal tree fellers and charcoal producers by allegedly soliciting bribes from individuals involved in the illegal logging activities.
11:10
11:10

Kabuleta Blames Gov't for Persistent Cattle Rustling in the North Gulu City 3 1

Kabuleta says that it is puzzling that there is persistent insecurity manifesting in the forms of cattle rustling shootings, and highway attacks amidst heavy security deployment of security personnel in those areas.
10:40
10:40

Karimojong Rustlers Ambush Cattle Traders, Injure Two

Micheal Longole the Karamoja regional police spokesperson said the traders had gone to buy cows in Kaabong and were on their way back to Teso region.
09:39
09:39

LRA's Ongwen Raises "Largest Grounds" of Appeal Against Conviction in ICC's History Dominic Ongwen 1 2

The grounds raised to challenge the Trial judgment include the Chamber’s conducting proceedings based on a Confirmation of Charges Decision which was legally defensive, violation of Ongwen’s right to notice by expanding the material, temporal and geographic scope of the charges beyond the parameters of the charged crimes and relying on evidence of acts not charged, thus "causing prejudice and making the trial unfair".
09:14
09:14

Police Officer in Trouble Over Criminalizing Adultery Complaint Fred Enanga 1 1

“Inspector Ogwang in conspiracy with the husband of the woman victim arrested two in a hotel room, and interrogated them on camera, in a manner that was violating privacy," national police spokesperson Enanga said.
08:48
08:48

Former Street Kid Accused of Training Criminal Gangs in Nwoya Nwoya District 1 2

Court heard that Dickens Peter Okwir aged 35, and his co-accused David Anywar aged 22, recruited and trained a total of 32 youth in military drills contrary to Section 48(1) (a & b) of the Penal Code Act.
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